A lace closure hair piece and an ear to ear lace frontal - both complete your weave and help you look gorgeous. But, what is the difference between them?
When you enter the world of Remy hair extensions, you will see that there are quite a few options to explore. You will often come across closures and frontals which are used for sew-in or bonded installations. They also work similarly to give a natural look without the need for blending. However, they are not the same. Before looking for the best human hair bundles, thus, it is important that you understand how a closure hair piece differs from an ear to ear lace frontal.
In this article, we shall discuss them separately and then compare them, ironing out all the important details. Let’s get started.
A lace closure hairpiece works to “close off” your weave or a particular style, which is why it is called a closure. It is typically 4 x 4 inches in size. However, these days smaller and larger closures are also quite easily available. A lace closure piece will not cover the entire head. It is placed on top of the hair in the horseshoe part. This closes the style and gives a natural look without the need for blending. A full head sew-in needs at least 3 raw Indian hair bundles.
A lace closure hair piece may be made of silk or lace base, lace being the most popular choice. A silk base is, however, a good option too because they are more natural looking. Silk closures also have a bed of lace.
Lace closures are available in many different styles including three-part, free part, and middle part. Three-part closures let you part the hair in three different ways while the middle part closures only give you one option. Free part, as the name indicates, allow you to part your hair however you wish to. A free part closure hair piece is the best choice due to its versatility.
ADVANTAGES OF A HAIR CLOSURE PIE